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351. Saddam Hussein on Trial [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... means for both Shi'a and Sunni Muslims. ' US/UK invaders deviously encouraged fear among both sects that the other would seek hegemony, inspiring 'polarization and bloody strife' (p . 35). Saddam Hussein joined a failed Ba'athist conspiracy in 1959 to assassinate President Quasim, who had gained power the year before in a nationalist coup that killed the Iraqi royal family and the prime minister. Quasim himself was ousted in 1963. In 1968 another coup brought Saddam Hussein's faction of the Ba'athist party into power. The leaders took advantage of CIA help, but Al-Ani argues that they remained independent of US influence. The new administration created, on the basis of nationalised oil ...
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352. Re: [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... , Mai Pederson, does have more to say, however, revealing that in the months up to his death, Kelly's right hand grip was so weak from an injury to his elbow that he was unable to use it for any task requiring a modicum of strength.'[He] would have had to have been a contortionist to kill himself the way they claim'(20) At the toss of a COIN The publication of a new counterinsurgency (COIN) doctrine manual in 2006 (21) was seen by some as an indication that the US military was finally coming to understand the problems it had helped create in Iraq and Afghanistan. Not so, according to ...
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353. The view from the bridge [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... appeared, all 110,000 words of it, Teacher tells me, and is available as a free download in PDF format at ISGP. Of van der Reijden's own material on the site, most interesting to me is a long essay 'Beyond Dutroux' which begins with the Belgian paedophile-kidnapping affair, but ramifies out through the 'Brabant killings', the right-wing destabilisation plans in Belgium, and into an apparent global paedophile network. This was difficult to follow (mainly because most of the names were new to me) but is fascinating, not least as an illustration of what can be pulled together these days, and of what you can get get away with ...
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354. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... finally appears it will be interesting to learn how much its leading characters – many of them routinely strangers to the truth on matters as diverse as war and money – employed 'research' methods characterised by the same imprecision. Victims of history Innocent people can suffer from past deceit. When four members of the International Rescue Committee (IRC) were killed in Afghanistan during the summer, the US-based charity's chief, George Rupp, spoke movingly about their tragic fate. But opponents of US foreign policy, perhaps including some in Afghanistan, may remember that the IRC has a history of being implicated in covert intelligence activities. Eric Chester, in his 1995 book Covert Network: Progressives ...
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355. The getting elected project [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... reading one sheet of A4. One final point: this reminded me again that among the leading architects of the creation of the current muddled but fundamentally neo-conservative NuLab were a group of ex-CPGB members and one ex-Trot (Mulgan), who in their left incarnations despised the Labour Party, and finally got to help kill it off.(8 ) Notes Leadbetter's views on the current economic crisis in late October are at <www.spectator.co.uk/article_images/articledir_4654/2327266/1 _listing.jpg> A sample: 'This is the high-water mark of the deregulated, bonus-driven, free ...
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356. The politics of the organic movement - an overvie [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of History, Reading University, and author of The Origins of the Organic Movement (2001). Notes On 'operative ignorance', see R. Waller, Prophet of the New Age, 1962, p. 276. For studies of UK agriculture since World War 2, see G. Harvey, The Killing of the Countryside, 1997; J. Martin, The Development of Modern Agriculture, 2000, and R. A. E. North, The Death of British Agriculture, 2001. On the early philosophy of the organic movement, see P. Conford, The Origins of the Organic Movement, 2001. Interview with Mary Langman, ...
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357. The once and future king? [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... and then take photographs of those who attended, make notes of their statements and send these off to the various governments who funded the WRP. In other words Healy and the WRP took money from foreign governments to organise 'honeytrap' style operations that would provide information on political activists of interest to those governments. Some of these dissidents were either killed on their return to their home country or were kidnapped back to their home country and murdered. The WRP received so much Libyan funding in the 1980s that one wag called them Gadaffi's Foreign Legion. When questioned by Carvel in the 1980s about Labour Herald funding Knight would not be drawn on where precisely it came from and how they could ...
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... scandals, which the Democrats said numbered 993 and involved $1 .276 trillion dollars worth of dodgy corporate bottom lines by the time Bill Clinton replaced Bush Snr., continued to go unchecked throughout the Clinton years. The Democratic National Committee asserted: 'While Democrats fought to rein in deceptive business practices in the 90s, Republican majorities in Congress killed, cut and undermined sensible policies that protected the small investor. The GOP opposition created an environment that led directly to the business scandals affecting your investments today. ' (46) Whether Republican opposition was the cause of the scandals is perhaps stretching the truth somewhat. But as the Financial Times reported: 'The large Wall Street firms have ...
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359. Still hazy after all these years [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... the KGB file on Oswald but hinted that something might turn up from an unexpected quarter. Turner suspects that Farewell America was that something; that although the book was put together by French intelligence people, it was the contact with Kostikov which led to it. The pseudonymous writer of the book was Thomas Buchanan, author of the 1964 Who Killed Kennedy? Although Robert Kennedy's public line was to support the Warren Commission verdict, privately he got a friend, Patrick Moynihan, later a senator, to make some inquiries about the event (which could amount to what, realistically?), some of which material found its way into the book. So we may have had the ...
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360. Major Farran's Hat [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... the British signally failed to penetrate the Zionist resistance. The scale of the failure is shown by the fact that Farran's unit did not include a single Hebrew speaker. One suspects that the murder of Rubowitz was at least in part the result of sheer frustration on the part of someone not used to being ineffective. It was an altogether pointless killing, not something carried out as part of a plan, no matter how disreputable. The British did not operate death squads in Palestine as they had done in Ireland in the early 1920s and were to do elsewhere on many other occasions. Instead, Farran just seems to have 'lost it'. Moreover, as Cesarani points out, ...
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